Learn GIS basics and how to use ArcGIS 9! These workshop materials are useful for people who have no prior GIS experience, but would like to become familiar with GIS concepts and basic techniques.
When implementing an asset mapping activity in your community, the following are important points to consider.
This map is the result of 25 years of active and passive surveillance on blacklegged tick (BLT) in New Hampshire.In the beginning, there were just three published records of this species in New Hampshire.This map compiles over 700 records, through late November 2013.
These workshop materials cover the use of co-occurrence analysis, both simple and weighted, for compositing a variety of data layers to make important natural resource and societal decisions.
Community assets are the physical and non?physical resources in a community used to improve the quality of community life. They can be anything from people to places to organizations. Any community asset can be applied to a community project. Assets are easily forgotten if they aren’t written down and accessible to project leaders. To avoid this, mapping community assets is the practice of identifying, listing and analyzing these resources for use in community building work.
These materials designed for educators and others interested in exploring natural and societal resources using Geographic Information System (GIS) technology. The course combines learning about natural resource management and community planning with developing skills in ArcView 3.3 GIS software. Exercises cover how to map natural resources and community assets while exploring protection strategies for their communities.
NH map showing locations of UNHCE offices
A map showing risk zones for infestation of ash trees by emerald ash borer. Updated 10/8/2015.
Epping NRI Maps Sample Set
NH county map with list of field specialists and program coordinators and program areas
These workshop materials are designed for anyone interested in getting a basic introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and learning how to make maps of NH online. The materials focus on NH’s free online GIS mapper (the NH GRANIT Data Mapper).
Learn to bring GPS data into Google Earth and Google Maps, and just as easily, put features from those maps into your GPS! This workshop builds on basic concepts from GPS Basics by providing exploring the ways in which GPS can be used in combination with Google mapping software.
MAPPING COMMUNITY ASSETS
Norway Maple is prohibited from sale or planting in NH. Consider using these alternatives.
Learn how to make interactive and 3D maps using free Google mapping tools! These workshop materials explore the basics of Google Earth and Google Maps with a special focus on creating your own maps to share with others.
Learn how to make online, interactive maps using free Google mapping tools! These workshop materials explore the basics of Google My Maps with a special focus on creating your own maps to share with others.
This workshop builds on basic concepts from Making Maps the Google Way by providing more advanced techniques for creating Mashup maps using Google tools.
This map represents the square feet per acre of live ash. Data was provided by the U.S. Forest Service Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team (FHTET). (Map created by the N.H. Division of Forests and Lands.)
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